Preview Book

For Purchase:
Paper Skyscraper

Press Inquiries:
Day Palmer

Finding Home Book Tour Schedule:
Chicago, IL
November 30, 2021
Time TBD
Book talk and signing at Ancedote

Charlotte, NC
December 9, 2021
Time TBD
Book talk and signing at Circa

Douglasville, GA
December 11, 2021
Book signing at Douglas County Museum of History & Art

Palm Beach, FL
February 17, 2022
Time TBD
Ellen Kavanaugh

Charlotte, NC
February 24, 2022
Mint Museum Auxiliary Winter Membership Meeting Charlotte, NC

Coming Soon:
Los Angeles, CA
Jackson Hole, WY

Founded on the simple principle, “build beautiful things,” the architectural team at Pursley Dixon is known for blending elements of tradition with a modern lifestyle. In their first book, Finding Home, they share 15 stunning houses in three distinct styles: rustic mountain escapes, dreamy retreats by the water, and elegant houses in town. Each house has its own thoughtful visual narrative, but all are connected on an innate and authentic level by their sense of proportion, attention to detail, and a marvelous affinity with nature. That connection to nature is evident in the soothing neutral palettes, oversize windows that bring the outdoors in, and natural materials such as roughhewn stone and unfinished wood. Little touches of humanity await discovery, such as a sleeping nook perched right out into the highest branches of a tree. These eccentricities and secrets add to the distinctly Southern sense of warmth and refuge these homes provide; homes whose open interiors and majestic porches easily accommodate family and gatherings. Featuring their own interior design work as well as that of acclaimed decorators including Suzanne Kasler, Phoebe Howard, and Circa Interiors, Finding Home is about creating houses of inherent beauty that will spark an emotional connection to last a lifetime.

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